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Microsoft KB Archive/108394

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Word 6.0 Examples and Demos Do Not Install

Last reviewed: May 13, 1997
Article ID: Q108394

The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Windows NT operating system version 3.1
  • Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server version 3.1
  • Microsoft Word for Windows, version 6.0

SUMMARY

If Word for Windows 6.0 is installed on a system running Windows NT, you will receive the following error message when you attempt to access Examples and Demos:

   You requested a topic in Examples and Demos, which is not installed.
   Quit Word, run the Word Setup program, and select the Add/Remove button.
   Select the Online Help check box, choose the Change Option button,
   select the item, and choose the OK button.

You may receive this error message even if you have already performed the complete installation.

MORE INFORMATION

The Examples and Demos provided with Word for Windows 6.0 are designed to run under Windows 3.1 and do not run properly under Windows NT. Word Setup detects that the installation is being performed under Windows NT and does not create the WORDCBT directory or copy any of the CBT files. There is no informational message generated to indicate that these files are not being installed.



Additional query words: prodnt winword

Keywords : kbinterop nt16ap
Version : 3.1
Platform : WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: May 13, 1997
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